Flashcards in Vocabulary for Exam 4- MORS 113 Deck (175)
Method of drainage in which the drainage is stopped at intervals while the injection continues. A type of restricted drainage.
Substances that bind metallic ions such as EDTA (ethylenediarnine- tetracetic acid) used as an anticoagulant in embalming solutions.
A chemical capable of drying tissues by searing, caustic.
Abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluids in the ventricles of the brain.
Disease characterized by a rash, for example, measles.
Mucous membrane that lines the eyelid and covers the white portion of the eye.
Occurs when the arterial supply to an area of the body is increased.
Active Capillary Congestion
Abnormal accumulation of fluids in a saclike structure, especially the scrotal sac.
Sloughing off of the epidermis, wherein there is a separation of the epidermis from the underlying dermis.
Desquamation (Skin Slip)
The movement of blood from the heart and arteries into the capillaries and veins, which occurs at the moment of death.
An organic catalyst produced by living cells and capable of autolytic decomposition.
Biological agent or condition that constitutes a hazard to humans.
The red respiratory portion of the red blood cells; iron containing pigment of red blood cells functioning to carry oxygen to the cells.
Any abnormal color in or upon the human body.
Antemortem discolorations resulting from the administration of drugs or chemotherapeutic agents.
Loss of blood to the point where life can no longer be sustained.
Chemicals added to embalming solution to deal with varying demands predicted upon the embalming fluid to be used, type of embalming and the environment.
Liquid product of inflammation containing various proteins and leukocytes.
Method of drainage in which drainage occurs continuously during vascular (arterial) injection.
Concurrent Drainage (Continuous Drainage)
Those resulting from an acute inflammation of the skin and blisters.
Second Degree Burn
A thin vesicle on the skin containing liquid matter.
Extravascular movement of preservative fluids by gravitational force to the dependent areas of the body.
An amorphous, nonvolatile solid or soft side substance, a natural exudation from plants. Any of a class of solid or soft organic compounds of natural or synthetic origin.
The process of taking in, as in a colored object which takes in certain rays of light and reflects other rays giving the object its recognizable color.
A specific antibody acting destructively upon cells and tissues.
The mixture of arterial (vascular) fluid and water which is used for the arterial injection and may include supplemental fluids.
The movement of the arterial solution through the capillaries into the intercellular spaces, from an intravascular to an extravascular position.
Glycoprotein substance developed by the body in response to, and interacting specifically with, an antigen.